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for public bidding. since 2005, baltimore county used a call of service. the pennsylvania caught takes the bidding process out of the hands of local districts. it buys in volume. it can get the best gollott -- value because it has access. competitors have strong opinions about this. >> it is a waste of taxpayer dollars. >> her company competes with the pennsylvania caught. she said prices are high because it provides a one-stop service and its vendors have to consider the cost of doing business in the 23 states where the cop does business. >> the unit cost is inherently higher than when you have a single job where you are using a local contractor. >> by not bidding out, baltimore county taxpayers spend an estimated $30 million extra between 2005 and 2010. money that could have been used to expand schools, hire more teachers, or update equipment. is something that is saving taxpayers money costing them more? audit look at the process there. auditors could not find evidence that the bid process used an objectionable -- an objective basis. they cited a roofing contractor that did not go t
the spot where flight 93 crashed in pennsylvania. trees were planted to honor the heroes that kept the trees from -- the airplane from crashing into the white house. >> for the first time, we represent in a physical way, the identity and the humanity of all of those who perished. >> memorial officials say construction is on schedule. phase one will be ready for the 10 year anniversary. president obama says he is appalled by the violence and brutality the syrian government has aimed at its own people. dozens have been killed ahead of the muslim holy month of ramadan. demonstrations calling for the ouster of the syrian president are expected to increase during ramadan, which starts monday. we could soon learn the fate of two hikers charged with spying in iran. the pair could be freed within one week of a court order. even if the court reaches a guilty verdict, the time the two have spent in iranian custody is enough. one prisoner was released last year due to medical reasons. some towns are being forced to find unpleasant water sources. >> lots of rain to the south of us. a little bi
. >> a line of thunderstorms dropping south of pennsylvania could bring a little bit of heat relief for the upcoming weekend. it is 100 degrees at the airp [ male announcer ] brace yourself for the big, bold taste of a subway® bbq pulled pork sub. tender, succulent slow-cooked pork with sweet and smoky barbecue sauce, all on freshly baked bread. subway. eat fresh®. >> something of a miraculous moment inside in east baltimore church this afternoon. teresa rigby walked into this baptist church today. she has had a remarkable recovery. she spent about a week in shock trauma and three weeks in an patient rehab. she thanked a group of children for making her a get well card. >> i just appreciate them. they took the time to make me this banner. i put it up in my office and i think about it all the time. that was really nice of them. >> do you know how much people really care about you? >> i did not note until now. >> the officer was helping a disabled motorist when she was struck. they will be creating a foundation to compensate the officer for the long recovery period ahead. >> he has
pennsylvania moving, and to west virginia and clipping parts of western maryland. here's a closer look. cumberland a light morning shower. parts of eastern west virginia and western maryland will get some morning action. the rest of us will have storm chances later on today especially early this afternoon into the evening. 80 degrees in washington downtown 77 in leesburg, 77 in gaithersburg -- 73 in gaithersburg. now to breaking traffic. >>> that's right. colesville road still sat down between franklin and sligo creek parkway. there was an earlier accident around midnight. -- still shut doen. -- shut down. they are diverting people on to georgia avenue. no major delays besides that. the beltway at the american legion bridge, running smoothly. 270 doing well. in anne arundel county, there was a report of an overturned vehicle on 97 southbound at route 100. running clearly in springfield. back to you. >> thank you. >>> we are following breaking developments in the crash along colesville road. a police cruiser and a car collided it's at the intersection with sligo creek parkway. the dri
. >>> a pennsylvania man is out of jail still accused of running over an ocean city police officer. he's facing several assault and drug charges. an officer was trying to arrest the 30-year-old early saturday after he tried to sell marijuana and ecstasy to an undercover detective. that's when he got into his car and put it into reverse and dragging the bike officer. he was later fond at a condo. the officer was treated and released. >>> two members of former bobber lick's campaign pleaded not guilty to charges of violating state election laws. they are accused of using questionable calls. both are charged with three counts of conspiracy to violate election laws. they are also charged with attempting to influence a voter's decision. a trial date has been set for september. >>> ten years ago, the howard street tunnel fire shut down parts of baltimore city. a 60-car train derailment sparked a chemical fire that last for several days. freight rail traffic stopped. the accident sparked calls to replace the howard street tunnel to avert dangerous cargo around baltimore. but freight trains continue to go thro
. investigators say the man seen here being interviewed by our sister station in pennsylvania is the ringleader. he was operating multi-state prostitution network transporting women between locations in maryland, pennsylvania, new york, and new jersey. the mostly asian, undocumented women were moved around every two weeks. customers pay up to $60 for a massage plus tips for sexual activity. >> most of their clients seemed to come during the day. there were only a couple of girls at a time. >> the man convicted of killing an off-duty city police detective over a parking space will spend 10 years behind bars. a jury found the 25-year-old guilty of manslaughter back in april. prosecutors say he struck the detective in the head with a large piece of concrete after fighting with him in a canton parking lot last october. >> if you're looking forward to seeing the relevance of training camp, you still have a chance to see them practice. they will have a practice open to the public at the stadium on sunday, august 6. practice starts at 10:00 a.m. and later today we will learn which ravens players are b
. five people were arrested including the alleged ring leader michael shen of pennsylvania. >>> the director of a city rec center is accused of sexually assaulting two teens where he works. police confirmed gregory brewer is charged the cases -- with cases involving girls age 13 and 14. we are being told another employee reported matter to police. >>> 26-year-old -- a 26-year- old man is accused of killing a off duty cop over a parking space will spent 10 years in prison. he threw a concrete block at a baltimore city police officer and was sentenced wednesday e testified he acted in self- defense fearing the officer would shoot him. >>> man has been arrested after leading a sheriff in a car chase and crashed into him and said he didn't have his drive's --driver's license. the driver refused to pull over and sped up. bradley zaner is awaiting extradition to del way for -- delaware for charges of burglary theft and conspiracy. >>> one fallston community is telling parents to have their kids tested for lead. this is according to the county. several homes in the grafton ridge d
pennsylvania is recognized. mr. casey: thank you, mr. president. i rise today to discuss the senate's upcoming trade agenda and its impact on pennsylvania workers and pennsylvania jobs. like so many of our states, pennsylvania has always played a critically important role in america's manufacturing and commercial heritage. the coal and waterways of our state help make the commonwealth legendary for steel making and help turn the united states into an industrial powerhouse. during its heyday, 60% of the domestic steel production in the united states came from pennsylvania. during world war ii, almost one-third of the nation's steel came from pennsylvania, which was a full 20% of global production at the time, but then pennsylvania governor arthur james put it this way. pennsylvania was truly the arsenal of democracy and the arsenal of america. given its dominance in the steel industry, it's no surprise that the commonwealth was sixth in the nation in total work production during the second world war, leading in shipbuilding and munitions production. more money was spent to expand production cap
for the moisture to increase, and the day planner, expect high clouds from pennsylvania. mid-day temperatures, upper 80s. this afternoon, low to possibly middle 90s if we can ink out enough sunshine. looking very hot tomorrow, and probably will need at least a heat advisory. i will have more on that the next time we talk in a few minutes. monica is in with the latest timesaver traffic. >> we will be flying south, jesup through laurel and all the way down to route 50. the v.w. parkway is looking good. surae, back to you. >> minnesota car accident thank you. -- monika, thank you. police responded to an unrulely crowd in los angeles. hundreds of people showed up for the premier of a documentary that was invitation only. some threw things and set fire to things whether officers said they needed to dispurse. >>> alex trebek will have surgery tomorrow on his achilles tendon because he fell when he was chasing after a woman who stole things from him. the woman was in here 50s. >>> some people say this offshore drilling is what they need a not too powerful storm dropping rain on the lone star state.
thoroughfare in southeast washington for the next couple of days. branch avenue is closed at pennsylvania avenue so crews can rebuild that road. megan is live on the scene in southeast with more on what consumers can expect. >> reporter: you can bet it isn't going to be good. take a look behind me. all the construction active we have here. this is on pennsylvania avenue. this is on ongoing project, but it's now going to move a little further up the street here to the intersection of branch avenue and pennsylvania avenue. now, the lanes on pennsylvania avenue will not be affected, but what will happen, in fact, it's already happened. they've shut down branch avenue on both sides of pennsylvania avenue. that's going to create a big traffic tie-up for folks and it's going to be this way for the next four days. the sound of construction equipment has become all too familiar on pennsylvania avenue in southeast. and as the improvement project enters a new phase, there is a new headache. branch avenue will close on both sides of pennsylvania avenue. if you're trying to cross pennsylvania from br
for the next couple of days. it will be closed at pennsylvania avenue so crews can rebuild the roadway. news four's megan mcgrath is there live this morning. megan, good morning to you. >> well, good morning, eun. this is going to be a problem for people who travel on branch avenue right here at the intersection of pennsylvania avenue. take a look at the construction equipment we've got here on pennsylvania avenue. this is all a part of an ongoing construction project, it's been going on for quite some time. you can see that the roadway is really torn up here. we have a lot of equipment. we have uneven pavement. we've got construction barrels and the like. now, what is going to be happening here is they're going to be moving this project along to the intersection of pennsylvania avenue, and branch avenue. a very, very busy intersection. if you travel through the area, you know that. unfortunately, they're not going to be able to do the work that they need to do while keeping branch avenue open. so starting at 10:00 a.m. this morning they are going to close down branch avenue on both sides of
-old pennsylvania girl is recovering today after she was bitten by a shark in north carolina. >> i felt something pulling on my leg. it didn't hurt at first. it pulled me down and it hurt. >> i'll bet. that was a tooth. the girl was air lifted to a local hospital where doctors were able to save her leg. it's been five years since the last shark bite at that north carolina beach. >>> let's go to florida and the trial of casey anthony. it is a major weekend in orlando with the murder trial entering its final phase and the prosecution and defense will present their closing arguments tomorrow morning, but before that, we saw dramatic testimony friday from the employer of cindy anthony. contradicted cindy's testimony that she searched chloroform on the home computer, saying she was at work at the time. >> it appears to be from on the screen, there's activity throughout the account. throughout this user i.d. through the afternoon. >> and joining me live from orlando, ann bremner. how was this testimony during the -- >> there are so many lies in this case. the alleged lies of george's affairs. the lies
president obama's economic policies are responsible for a plant closing in allentown, pennsylvania. so we got the form eer foreman the plant and mayor of allentown to give they are takes. 22,000 minnesotans are out of work as the state government shutdown continues. i'll tell you why one republican presidential candidate thinks a shutdown is a good thing. we'll be right back. >>> i have numbers for you tonight. this is the national job creation index. it's the percentage of new hires in the country minus the percentage of people who have been let go from their jobs. take a close look at this. you got a big dip to go along with the financial collapse of 2008. then a steady increase. in fact, last month it was at its highest point since september of 2008. now, if you look at this graph, you can plainly see employers are hiring more people than they are firing. son of a gun. how about that? it's been that way since early 2010. job creation is the same across the country. now, take a look at this regional breakdown of the job creation index. the green number, of course, tells us the folks tha
pennsylvania university. when lincoln began a program to train civilian pilots buchanan was not far back in the line of students who went to sign up. it was so exciting because there was something new every day. i don't care who you were there was always something you didn't know about flying and the whole world. he dropped out of college before his junior year to earn money. a friend in atlanta and let him know about tuskegee airfield. the military base under construction at day's driveway in tuskegee, alabama. they instituted training civilian pilots, a primary flight training base that operated under contract for the army air corps. now the war department was building from scratch on the outskirts of town. the idea of building an air base in treat him. he found a job at taft and are carpenter's apprentice and as soon as he got to tuskegee he learned about training black instructor pilots. he used the skills he learned in civilian pilot training to pass the entrance exam and began a training course. when the program was unexpectedly interrupted he found work driving the station wagon t
researchers found pennsylvania is now producing enough gas to be self-sufficient, even exported. by 2020 it will have enough to supply a quarter of the nation's natural gas needs. >> we are looking at jobs, economic development, tax revenue from the industry in pennsylvania. that is truly, you know, phenomenal and actually at this point, a national scale story. >> pennsylvania department of labor says gas exploration created 72,000 new jobs in just the last 18 months. the penn state report found the impact to be especially broader. supporting a total of 156,000 jobs in the state this year. john pickerton is the ceo of range resources. >> that has been the biggest economic rivalry in the state for the last 100 years. it will be big. >> the shale gas boom lowered cost to consumers by 12.6% according to the pen report. that is a saving of $633 million last year. critics at fracking say the economic benefit come too high a cost for the environment. this family has been drinking out of a tanks since faulty frac job contaminated their water well. >> i want america to know that yeah, natural ga
across the maryland/pennsylvania line. that will be sinking all evening, which means the storms and showers will be with us for a while. heavy rain in northeast baltimore county. and sitting off to the southwest of jaret seville. six and a half miles and eight looks like it could be producing some small hail. it is right along the harford county line. those storms to our north will be sliding down into north and central maryland over the next couple of hours. as a matter of fact, they could get more widespread and heavy. the forecast in just a couple of minutes. >> the man who was stabbed allegedly by his son is in stable condition tonight. police say he got in an argument with his son just before 4:00 p.m. yesterday afternoon. police said thomas waters at iv pulled out a knife and stabbed his father in the chest. he is being held on $100,000 bond. a man's body was found last night inside a truck in an impact on lot in northeast baltimore. it is not clear how long the body had been there or how he died. >> natural resources police have found the body of a boater that went missin
most of the rain is gone. there are some sprinkles are on the pennsylvania line. the morning commute will be ok. i do expect thunderstorms to come back this afternoon. a slight chance for a shower. by this afternoon, scattered showers and thunderstorms. some will be strong with a high temperature around 88. we will check the seven-day forecast when i come back in a few minutes. >> rain did cause some problems in northern baltimore county. we have a downed trees. old york between paper mill and stockton road. a few spots to watch out. we have fire activity in jarrettsville at salem church. a few spots to watch out for. the major roadways checking out ok. 11 minutes on the outer loop west side. 70 minutes on 895 between the 95 peers -- 17 minutes on 895 between the 95's. north and southbound moving fine. the beltway and 83 checking out fine. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. strong >> storms move through several different areas last night. >> it will be long and difficult to clean up this volume. jennifer franciotti is live in dundalk with a look at some of the damage. >>
flowed around forever, accessible to high school students from pennsylvania. the short answer is yes. i hold those views. i do not smoke cigarettes. and i tried to wear my seat belt. i encourage my children to wear seat belts and i would not allow them to smoke cigarettes. however, i think that the federal government has no place trying to protect adults from their own behavior. cigarette smoking, while bad, gross, all of that outrage, to all of the nefarious stuff that occurs -- beer drinking, which everyone does -- the majority of murders are committed by drug people, but no one mentions that. it is not the government's place to tell you that you cannot heard yourself. if you do not have the right to degrade yourself, what rights do you have, exactly? what control over your life do you have? obviously you should wear your seat belt. what if you do not want to? the government is saying protect yourself or we will kill you. do you recognize the irony in that? who pays for it? if you do not smoke and people are smoking, should -- host: should do not have the right to be in a snow-free en
couple days. branch avenue is closed at pennsylvania avenue so crews can rebuild that road. megan mcgrath is in southeast with more on what to expect. >> reporter: the sound of construction equipment has become all too familiar on pennsylvania avenue in southeast. and as the improvement project enters a new phase, there is a new headache. branch avenue will close on both sides of pennsylvania avenue. if you're trying to cross pennsylvania from branch, you can't do it. want to turn at the intersection? well, you can't do that either. >> it's going to cause a big problem. and i most definitely will be running late for work and dropping my kids off. so it's going to be a major problem. >> i wish they would get this intersection cleaned up. it makes me feel like my car is going to fall apart every time i drive over it. >> reporter: the closure kicked in after rush hour this morning, and will remain in effect until 5:00 a.m. monday. blocked will be about 100 feet of road on either side of pennsylvania avenue. traffic is expected to be bad. if you've got another way to get around, you'll w
the dew points are in the 50's. 74 at the airport. upper 60 posner the pennsylvania line. 69 in jarrettsville. the further north you go, the dryer it gets. upper 60's in southern maryland. 60's in southern pennsylvania. the flow is coming out of the north behind the front that went through last night. we have basically clear skies. a gorgeous sunset in progress. we're watching thunderstorms moving off the mid-atlantic coast. they went through late last night. this front will continue off the south. high pressure will be control over the next 24 hours. today will be nice. tomorrow, the wind will turn back from the south and the heat and humidity will come back. i want to take a quick trip down to the tropics. a flare-up of thunderstorms that will likely become a tropical depression or a tropical storm. its name would be don and it will move into the gulf of mexico. here in tom, mostly sunny and pleasant. high temperature around 89 degrees. -- here at home, mostly sunny and pleasant. comparable tonight. low 60's boston i. -- comfortable tonight. low 60's. 99 on friday. close to
:12. the battle of the tablets. >> the rare a document that was found in a pennsylvania flea market. >> we have a disabled vehicle blocking one lan3q when water doesn't dry, it can leave spots and film. finish jet dry rinse agent removes residue and actively dries dishes, for a brilliant shine straight from the dishwasher. finish jet dry rinse agent. finish. the diamond standard. >> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> good morning. kim dacey checking on your morning commute. we have scattered incidents through the area. the report of an accident at washburn ave. new information on southbound 95 just past mountain road. that is a disabled vehicle and is off to the shoulder. at the bay bridge, a disabled vehicle eastbound on 50 at the bay bridge that is blocking the right lane. this is a live look at the beltway in the northwest corner. old court road looking good. this is 95 south of mountain road. looks like traffic is moving just fine in both directions. no delays to report. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. now let's get the latest on the buses and the trains. for t
pennsylvania, lauren hodge in the 13 to 14 age group. lauren, you were inspired by something we do. it's the middle of summer. we all think of throwing something on the grill. you put chicken on the grill, it tastes fantastic, but people say it could have carcinogens in there, that beautiful, crispy blackened marks on the chicken. y you decided to tackle that. >> and before i considered marinading the chicken was an article in our doctor's office, but also the grilling of the chicken at summertime was basically the start of my project. >> what did you find? >> i found that with lemon juice, saltwater and brown sugar, those marinades can stop a reaction that occurs in grilled chicken that forms carcinogen, and these three marinades can help stop the reaction. >> you should be going into the 9th grade and you're going into the 11th grade. >> yes. >> how do you react when you just heard that girls don't like science, you're nodding your head yo head, you like science? >> i like science and i always have. i think there's a trend in my school that more and more girls are getting into scienc
down toward talbot county. this storm coming out of western pennsylvania is the actual cold front. until that clears the area at a later tonight, a severe thunderstorm warning will be in the forecast. but i think you'll like the change is coming on the way. that's thank you. now back to our other big story -- >> thank you. now back to our other big story. after months of negotiation, ratified and ebbert -- the players ratified an agreement with the owners. >> jerry kenduskeag has details of the agreement. everybody is smiling and is all over. >> law school today, football tomorrow. the lockout has finally ended. the longest walkout in history with minimal damage on the field. -- lockout in history with minimal damage on the field. the full body of nfl players still have to vote, but they have never gone against what team reps have suggested. this went right to the last minute. they worked until 3:00 a.m. this morning to finalize documents. the ravens will open tomorrow not -- tomorrow morning with training camp beginning wednesday and other team members joining thursday. commissio
women between locations here and pennsylvania, new york, and new jersey. the indictment alleges that the mostly asian, undocumented women were moved around every two weeks. customers paid up to $60 for a massage plus tips for sexual activity. there was a sign outside that said "elite spa," advertising massage and accupuncture services. >> the landlady told me that they were doing acupuncture ther most of their clients seemed to be older men who looked like they could've had back problems. i had back problems. i was thinking about knocking on the door myself. >> michael shen and four others face six charges including transporting for prostitution, conspiracy to defraud the government, and money laundering. george lettis, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. police need help finding a man who robbed the pnc bank inside a giant food store. police say this man handed a teller a note and demanded money. if you think you know who this man is, you should call metro crime stoppers. crack is a good business sense or discrimination? some employers are refusing to take on new employees who smoke
into frederick and winchester and york, pennsylvania. the moisture you'll add that in. you'll definitely be feeling a lot hotter than that. in the meantime, we're feeling very oppressive from culpepper to annapolis to d.c. inner harbor around 66. this is the way it feels. 104 degrees. we're feeling like the triple digits. we could have a temperature in the triple digits in the 7-day forecast. that's coming as well. the satellite and radar not picking up on a whole lot across our area. plenty of sunshine. a few clouds trying to move in ahead of the thunderstorms that are coming out of pennsylvania as of now. but what's going on is the fact that we have a cold front that's draped up to the northwest here and that's what's going to be kicking off the showers and thunderstorms through time here. you want some relief? you're not going to get it in terms of the cooler temperatures. all you're going to get is the showers and thunderstorms out of that. the heat and humidity will be prevailing. our second tropical storm of the season. we can see tropical storm brett. the winds at 65 miles an hour
, but will weather delay the mission? >>> and don't burn your bridges. pennsylvania blows up a bridge that stood for over a century. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello, and a very good morning to you. i'm veronica de la cruz. >> today we begin with hard bargaining. that's what president obama has in mind for congressional leaders. while the president called yesterday's bubbling talks at the white house constructive, it appears there is still a lot of hard work ahead before any deal gets done. nbc's michelle franzen has more. >> reporter: raising the stakes, but still no deal on raising the nation's debt ceiling following president obama's meeting with house and senate leaders. the president said republicans and democrats will work through the weekend. >> everybody acknowledged that there's going to be pain involved politically on all sides, but our biggest obligation is to make sure that we're doing the right thing by the american people. >> reporter: lawmakers have until august 2nd to keep the government from defaulting on loans. before the meeting house speaker john boehne
the kidnappers prosecuted. >>> still to come when 9news now continues, the owner of a pennsylvania restaurant is banning children, leaving some with a very bad taste. >> the british phone hacking scandal doles a big blow to rupert murdoch. i'll have the story coming up. >>> the intense hunt for a boy missing in new york city has taken a shocking and tragic turn. this morning, investigators found some of the dismembered remains of nine-year-old libby inside a dumpster. the rest of the child's body was found in a refrigerator inside the home of a man being questioned by police. on monday, the boy was coming home from day camp and was supposed to meet his mother about three blocks away. he never showed up. >> he was seen on video leaving the school at 5:5 p.m. monday. 35 minutes later, he was in a 1990 brown honda accord with levee aaron, who brought the boy to his apartment, killed him there, and then dismembered the body. >> 35-year-old levee aaron has been officially charged with the boy's murder. he remains in police custody. >>> the u.s. coast guard is called off the search for seven americ
are popping up in southwestern pennsylvania. the threat exists for maryland. it is 88 degrees and bwi. the humidity is 51%. >> dr. kim hammond is here to answer your pet questions. you can e-mail your questions to >> video chatting on your computer is certainly not a new feature, but it is new for facebook. they announced yesterday that video chat from skype will be offered to users. >> they really see that facebook has something they cannot get -- the engagement level of those users compared to the 125 million users that are engaged on spite -- skype. >> it could eventually become a premium service. there in the process of being acquired by microsoft. the arrangement with facebook has no bearing on that deal. do you spend a lot time on line? many americans struggle to disconnect from technology, even on vacation. going to digital detox might be good for your help. >> most of us spend time connected to devices like this. we will sneak in time to update twitter and facebook pages. these gadgets are designed for this. they captured our attention. >> all of the el
on pennsylvania avenue. the accident happened at around 7:00 this morning in northwest. the driver status scene. a pedestrian was taken to a local hospital for treatment. pennsylvania was closed while police investigated. the road is back open. >>> fire investigators say that a fire that heavily damaged row house on massachusetts avenue started in the kitchen and spread to the second floor. at around 7:00 this morning firefighters arrived and found heavy smoke pouring out. two adults and a child escaped. they were taken to the hospital as a precaution. there were no working smoke alarms in the home. >>> a man charged in last month's caribbean festival seating is due in court. a preliminary hearing scheduled for 19-year-old terry jimenez. he and two others were shooting at members of a rival gang. robert foster of northwest d.c. got caught in the crossfire. and was crossfire two other suspects have court appearances next monday. >>> the robocall controversy involving campaign aides of bob ehrlich will be decided in court. julius henson pleaded not guilty in a baltimore courtroom. he's charged wi
are moving down to us today. we will watch any of the storms, most staying up in pennsylvania and new york, but we may see something this evening sneaking down to the areas in maryland, south of the mason dickson line, for the most part it will be north of us. friday, more sunshine, only an isolated storm on friday. it will be a hot day with highs near 100, and then the front coming through here by saturday. anything will set up to the south. this is dawn by the way. dawn is a tropical storm. it looks like dawn could be headed to the texas coast. latest advisory, moving to the west, northwest at 5 miles an hour. it is strengthened to 65 miles an hour here as we get to friday evening, and then some time to saturday morning, it could make land fall as a strong tropical land fall south of corpus christi. 100 tomorrow, the really hot day. saturday, 94, and then over the weekend, a chance of a storm saturday and sunday with the temperatures dropping back. monika, middle of the night, early morning, tell me we don't have any traffic issues. >>> no problems right now. i have the green light. let'
. >> and the president's time has been focused on playing golf and campaigning, campaigning in pennsylvania today, and blaming. the president ought to be in washington, meeting with republicans, meeting with democrats. >> and at other times, romney spoke with a smiling con da sengs. >> the spt a nice guy, but he doesn't understand how the economy works. i spent 25 years in the private sector. i know why jobs leave. i know why they come. >> oh, he knows all right, since as a businessman, his idea of building up a business was leveraged buyouts that lay off workers. and while he was governor of massachusetts the state ranked 47th in job growth. that's 47 out of 50. but, of course, romney thinks the president's time is up. of. >> three years he's been in office. this is the third year in his four-year term. he said on "the today show" in february 2009, he said look, if i can't turn the economy around in three years, then mine is a one-year proposition. well, i'm going to collect on that promise. >> there's a reason why that might sound slightly familiar. >> in february, 2009, president obama was ver
of pennsylvania. it has missed us during the overnight. look at this cluster headed toward west virginia. that's going to clip western maryland. still so far, generally dry and warm. look at the temperatures. 70s to 79 philly. 74 in norfolk. ocean city, 78. locally, mid to upper 70s. 78 in arlington. again, watch out for a few storms this afternoon. could be strong. highs 90 to 95. angie, over to you. >>> thank you, howard. as mike had mentioned, we're waking up to some things that will definitely slow some of you drivers down. good tuesday morning. yellow light begins. silver spring, we take the shot live, courtesy of our photographer kevin king. this is out near 29 colesville road. the roadway obviously still shut down between sligo creek parkway and franklin road. a heavy police presence here. we're hearing that this accident that happened around midnight does involve a police officer. as you can imagine, they'll spend some time investigating this. we're hearing from officials they don't plan to reopen the roadway until at least 7:00 this morning. as a result, you'll want to consider using
out at speed. the inner loop, no complaints from route 4 pennsylvania over to the wilson bridge. still ahead, we're taking a look at 395 in virginia. that's coming up at 5:24. over to you. >>> here's what we're talking about. let the training camps begin. more on when the redskins will start practicing next in sports. >> so excited about the nfl. plus, some local washington fans relive the team's glory with the hog ets. >> before we head to break, let's take a look at the question of the morning. >> what is the most common use for a cell phone? is it... >> ok, here's a look at a response you posted on wusa9 facebook fan page. sam mcneil wrote b, check the time. i do it more frequently than i send a text or use the internet. >> leave a response at and we'll answer the survey question later this morning. [ female announcer ] welcome to busch gardens williamsburg, where d.c. goes to get away. maybe it's because washington d.c. loves the legendary coasters. or that your entire family will have fun, even the little ones. it could be that water country usa has more of the
there on the pennsylvania border. we could have other storms popping up here this afternoon with thunder and lightning and hazy and humid. some of the isolated storms could produce quick flooding, flash flooding may cause localized flooding mid to late afternoon. highs low to mid 90s. look of changes on the way for tomorrow and wednesday, rest of the week, that will be coming up in a couple of minutes. >> thank you, tom. >>> suspect in the deadly attacks in norway appeared in court today. he was rain order terrorism charges he pled not guilty saying he wanted to save europe. investigators are going through a diatribe posted online in which he plans to defending europe from muslim domination. martin fletcher has that story. >> reporter: at noon local time today all of norway paused for a minute's silence. memory of the victims who died in one man's obsession. ♪ and sunday's memorial, king harold and queen sonya cried with their people. a nation shocked. listening with or dwror the survivors of the massacre. >> he looked like a police officer. he had all the clothes and -- the gun and everything. >> i
to the south. here is the stalled out activity in pennsylvania. there are other storms out to the west. we have a partial front stalled over the area. this is the trigger point for the thunderstorm activity to the south. we have a front to the north and west. it will eventually come in and give us some relief. we will have to wait until monday for that. the hot and humid weather is still pumping in our direction. it will be hazy and muggy tonight. the chance of thunderstorms will probably diminish when temperatures start to cool after midnight when we get down into the 80's. it will be hot and humid again tomorrow. there will be scattered thunderstorms. we will be in the mid to upper 90's for the highs. it will still feel like 100. the northwest wind will be 5 to 10 miles an hour. the forecast shows a more isolated or scattered storm activity tomorrow. on monday, we finally get a cool front. that will change the atmosphere and feel better. we will have warm temperatures for the rest of the weekend. here is the extended outlook. 96 tomorrow. 91 on monday. the chances of rain continue on monday.
. things are dry here, but then we look at what's happening into pennsylvania. definitely look at thunderstorms popping in across the area. more of that through time. now the temperature coming in at 93 degrees. it finally budged. 94 was what it was for the longest time. we're finally at 93. temperatures will drop from there. as yowie go through the rest of the evening, the temperatures will start to drop. the temperatures will be in the 80s but feeling like the 90s because we still had the humidity out there. >>> we're working to keep you safe during the heat wave. go to our website. in our featured story section, you'll find our hot weather guide. you'll get 5 ways to beat the heat and our home made remedies to treat sunburn. >>> this day in history, it's a day we won't forget for awhile. it marks the 10th year of the train redelaware railment -- train derailment. rail cars burned for five days. we had a massive water main break that forced parts of our city to be closed. if you have plans to travel to the north side of the capital beltway, be ready for delays. the highway ad
is being recorded. why the giants are appearing at 1600 pennsylvania avenue. >>> just nine days to go until america's checks start bouncing. there have been meetings calls and accusations in washington today. still no deal on the budget and debt ceiling. talks blew up on friday and now the race is onto come up with a plan both sides can live with to raise the debt ceiling. the white house shot right back. >> there must be extended in a way that gives sernty and not some short-term gimmick. >> it is not possible to do all of this in one step. >> both sides blame the other for pushing the u.s. to the brink over raising the debt ceiling, something congress has done before with much less fanfare. >> the money suspected of killing 92 people in norway is expected to appear in court tomorrow. parts of the suspect's fan femao were taken from the uni bomber's words. suspect said he wanted to stop muslim immigration into europe and hoped that the attack would focus the attention on his political issues. norway is still in shock. >> this does not happen here and this is going to take time i think to c
, more toward a d.c. in pennsylvania, between -- there is a line of thunderstorms. bob in the mountains. if it -- couched in the mountains. we cannot take rain out of the formula for our forecast here in baltimore. south of us, there is a greater chance for rain. we will detail the forecast for tonight and the week ahead in just a minute. >> for a list of all of the events happening around md., including fireworks shows and live entertainment, go to like to see your fourth of july pictures. that is so skewed. -- that is so cute. >> we took this day to celebrate freedom in very different ways. >> july 4 at the beach, is there a better way to celebrate america pause birthday? if you live in connecticut, where beach bound traffic jams started before dawn. >> we have been here since 5:00 in the morning. >> independence day is a chance to chill out with a cookout. in phoenix, it was 100 degrees. in new hampshire, mitt romney was trying to pick up some votes. jon huntsman was literally running to the white house. in atlanta, participants and a peach tree race were trying to surviv
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the heat is coming back. -- enjoy it, because the heat is coming back. the rain in pennsylvania and thunderstorms associated with a cold front. maybe some of the storms will hang together and come back portions of the viewing area. a live look at chesapeake beach. skies are starting to clear. look at some of this rain. in howard county md. -- temperatures tomorrow will be back up there. low 90's, but much lower humidity levels. that is the latest. >>> you can track storms any time on >>> this has been a quiet day for the federal aviation administration because hardly anyone is working. most of it remains shut down because of congressional disputes over the agency's budget. this means improvement projects have shot and the shutdown could have given flyers a break in taxes, but the airlines took advantage of the situation. >> the faa lost its spending authority friday night at midnight after congress was unable to reach a compromise. the issue? republicans want to limit the ability of airline employees to unionize. democrats want more money to spend on rural airlines ac
on on pennsylvania avenue. clouds are located to the south of us. we will look for temperatures to eventually fall into the 70's. some areas to the west may see 60's overnight. look at the height at reagan national. it is 97 degrees. it is two degrees shy of the record of 99 set back in 1953. it was 81 degrees this morning. that is a record high minimum temperature for the date. it is still 86 degrees. the heat index is approaching 90 degrees. let's move on to the next stop. temperatures are holding in the 80's across most of the area. it is 81 degrees in fairfax. the next stop will take is to downtown d.c. at 85 degrees after a high of 95. temperatures are holding in the 70's and 80's for the most part. quantico is looking at 80. dew point levels are in the 60's to around 70 degrees. it is still a warm night ahead. tanagers are in the 70's to the north and west. -- temperatures are in the 70's to the north and west. the cool dry is in pennsylvania and new york state. a few thunderstorms popped up across southern virginia into north carolina. that was earlier this evening. the showers have fizzled
this cloud cover coming in in advance of a cool front that is now crossing pennsylvania, that stretches back through central ohio and all the way into southern indiana. that front is going to continue to advance east, but as it the does move east, we have the possibility of a passing thundershower. but right now looking off to the west, that's a live view from the sky watcher camera. you can see, a few breaks in the clou clouds, a little blue showing through. as the afternoon progresses, we'll have our temperatures hold steady around 90. it may climb to the mid-90s by around 3:00, and we might have an isolated thundershower, but after that, the big form will be in the form of lower humidity and cooler temperatures. we'll talk about that, the relo at the rest of the week and weekend and more, coming up in just a little bit. >>> metro is apologizing for delays and inconveniences caused by the heat wave. it got so hot some of the metal tracks expanded. when that happens, the rail loses its alignment. as a precaution, red line trains from silver spring to tacoma park were forced to share a singl
? the presiding officer: the senator from pennsylvania. mr. casey: thank you, mr. president. we're faced with a difficult challenge and we know that the american people watching this over so many days now understand the basic challenge we face. it's a challenge of reducing deficit and debt and cutting spending but also making sure that we have a bipartisan agreement to pay our bills and to meet our obligations. and i think if i had to boil it down to four words, it is this in terms of what people in pennsylvania have told me that we must do. it's very simple but i think it's -- it encapsulates everything we've got to do in the next couple of hours, really the next couple of days, and that's compromise for our country. that's what people are looking for. people all across the country. i hear from families in pennsylvania all the time. these are families that have led lives of struggle and sacrifice, families that have lived through so much already. many remember and have lived through the great depression and world war ii and wars after that, economic downturns, personal tragedies, job lo
. there it is like to keep relief on the way. that line of storms coming across pennsylvania. barely a cool front. our temperatures will drop into the low 90's tomorrow. more on that weekend forecast in just a few minutes. let's see how baltimore is coping with another round of triple digit heat. >> it is sweltering out here. the temperatures combined with the high dew point is making its brutal outside. it is 102 and 103 degrees. it is downright brutal. believe it or not, it is slightly better than what we saw last friday, when all of those rewards customers had problems with their air conditioning. it had gone out for more than eight hours. i talk to officials earlier today and a promise that nothing like that would happen today. so far, so good. thousands of bge customers describe last friday as a living nightmare. this room was flooded with angry e-mails from customers to reported that their air conditioners were shut off for more than eight hours. it should have only been cycled every hour. >> it was frustrating and it was hot. we tried to call them, but they were saying that if it is not an
in west virginia, a little up in southern pennsylvania. the big storms are in the i-80, i-90 corridor across northwest pennsylvania. they are getting big storms now. eventually we could see more storms this afternoon and this evening just because it is hot and it is humid. right now it is nice. it was down last hour to 79. but we're back up to 81. i don't know if that means we're going to keep rising from this point on. i kind of doubt it. 79 is the record high minimum temperature that is in the record books, and we tied that now. at the inner harbor, the temperature is 88 degrees. the humidity is up, the barometer is down. for the time being, the barometer is rising. as soon as it starts to heat up today, it will fall again. at b.w.i. marshall, 106 is the high. the old record was 101. inner harbor jumped all the way to 108 degrees. overnight temperatures last night on friday, early friday morning, never got into the 70's. right now annapolis 84. 79 camebridge. 87 on the boardwalk. parkton 78. 81 westminster. 77 frederick. 60's and 70's. satellite image shows that thunderstorm activit
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